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Seekers Relief

Angela, a 60 years old Brazilian psychoanalyst, wrote after reading some parts of this blog: The question I ask myself is if I am still a seeker, but it seems that I am talking about something that I do not feel so attached to anymore; it feels like a distant past of which I have rational memory but not physical nor sensitive. With this I think that being a seeker can be cured and that you only remember having been one when you go through existential crisis but you recover quicker.

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Of Love and its Fears, Poem by Rodolfo Bohoslavsky

For Susana with love (and fear) Rio de Janeiro, Brazil September 1976 From what I know, Little or much, Of love I offer you -you asked me to- Three keys to think about Three challenges, Three enigmas to face: First, calling: Do I wish or not? (DO I WANT OR NOT) What do I wish to want? (WHAT DO I WANT TO WISH) Do I wish to want? (DO I WANT TO WISH)

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From 0 to 100

Jeronimo, a filmmaker and technology entrepreneur, wrote this: “Everything you’ve learned in school as ‘obvious’ becomes less and less obvious as you begin to study the universe. For example, there are no solids in the universe. There is not even a suggestion of a solid. There are no absolute continuums. There are no surfaces. There are no straight lines.” –R. Buckminster Fuller

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Someone reading this makes me feel less lonely

Paula Jaya, dancer, body therapist, seeker, finder, wrote this: But. I need to tell you desperately who I am and how am I doing. Because telling you might help me feel I exist, as a specific being, in a specific and meaningful situation and not as the entanglement of contradictory feelings, narratives and points of view I feel right now. I feel quite lonely and lost within myself.

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